Riot Games has introduced another cosmetic bundle to Valorant called the Abyssal bundle.


Valorant Releases Abyssal Skin Bundle

Sadakshi Kalyan Ramun
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Riot Games has introduced another cosmetic bundle to Valorant called the Abyssal bundle.
As the name suggests, the bundle resembles the depths of the ocean.

If you are a hoarder of skins and cosmetics in Valorant, this will be music to your ears. Riot Games has released yet another cosmetic bundle to the Valorant store on 30th November called the Abyssal Bundle. The Abyssal Bundle features a new melee, a Phantom skin, and skins for Guardian, Spectre, and Sheriff. With the release of this new set of skins, Valorant’s Give Back bundle for 2022 has been taken out of the store. If you are a fan of all things blue and ocean themes, this will be the right choice for you. Here’s all you need to know about the Abyssal Bundle in Valorant that was released in Episode 5 Act 3.

Abyssal Bundle: Type and Cost

Abyssal signifies things that are related to or denote the depths or the bed of the ocean. It simply means a thing or an element that is found in the deepest parts of the ocean and usually denotes marine life. Staying true to the name, the Abyssal Bundle is shark-themed and does not carry any special animations. The bundle has an evident ocean theme with colors like blue and purple splashed across the guns and you can also spot shark fins on the gun’s shape. Additionally, when you inspect the guns, you can see the sea anemones moving near the barrel area, which is a nice touch. 

Riot Games wrote, “You’re swimming with sharks--so don’t miss. The Abyssal bundle arrives in your shop now.

Cosmetics in Valorant are ranked by tier. Here’s how they are classified:

  • Select Edition 

  • Deluxe Edition 

  • Premium Edition 

  • Ultra Edition

  • Exclusive Edition

The Abyssal Bundle falls under the Deluxe Edition and costs 5,100 Valorant Points. The following are the individual costs for every cosmetic:

  • Abyssal Sheriff: 1275

  • Abyssal Guardian: 1275

  • Abyssal Phantom: 1275

  • Abyssal Spectre: 1275

  • Caeruleus (Melee weapon): 2550

Players should note that this skin collection does not have any remarkable animation. Fans were quick to draw comparisons between the Abyssal skins and the Neptune skins, which were released earlier this year. The Valorant Neptune Bundle featured skins with highly detailed animations that resembled fish moving inside an aquarium. Players liked it, thanks to the attention to detail provided by Riot Games. 

However, if you are looking to buy other cosmetics in Valorant, there’s other exciting news for you. The last Night Market of 2022 in Valorant has been confirmed by Riot Games. The market will go live on 7th December and will be available for players till 4th January 2023.

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Sadakshi has been a gamer throughout her life and has followed League of Legends since Season 3, immediately falling in love with the esports scene. Bringing in her print journalism experience, she focuses on content that is both informative and innovative. While her heart still remains with League, her love for competition has pushed her to explore other titles such as Valorant and Apex Legends.

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